Who’s Gonna Love Me Now? (2016): Tomer and Barak Heymann’s Feature (GLBTQ, Gay)

Another Israeli film, Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?, about a gay, HIV-positive Orthodox man caught between his tradition and the new family he has found in London, took the audience prize in the Panorama Dokumente section of the 2016 Berlin Film Fest.
Directed by Barak Heymann and Tomer Heymann, the film centers on Saar Maoz, a gay and HIV-positive Israeli expatriate living in London.
Returning home for the first time since being thrown out by his family 20 years earlier for coming out, the tale contrasts his difficulties finding acceptance at home with the life he has built for himself as a member of the London Gay Men’s Chorus.
Tomer Heymann first met Maoz one night in Tel Aviv in 1994, but the pair lost contact until ten years later, when Heymann recognised Maoz in the street.